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bay. we will see you at 6:00. good night. >>> on this sunday night from the storm zone in indiana, the recovery after that deadly wave of tornadoes. >>> plus, remarkable stories of survival and helping hands. the other first responders showing compassion and the kindness of strangers. >>> tough talk. president obama tells israel and the world to give diplomac time, but says he won't hesitate to use force against iran if necessary. >>> making the grade. a new way to teach the teachers the novel idea to help better educate our kids. >>> and, sweet success in black and white. tonight, celebrating a century with milk's favorite cookie. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. tonight as more and more improbable stories of survival emerge from friday's tornado rampage, the word miracle is getting used an awful lot, like the case of a woman who huddled in this bathroom of this tiny wood frame house. this house continued to stand, she survived even as the neighborhood around her disintegrated. look to the left, the only thing left of her neighbor's house and the fr
. a southern indiana town completely wiped out. several people are reported dead in area and the numbers are expected to rise. we'll check in with rick reichmuth at the fox news weather center in a bit. joining us now on the phone, john gordon, meteorologist near kentucky. john, what can you tell us about the area and what you are hearing about the damage throughout this area? >> bret, that is going on, we had super cell thunderstorms producing storms in indiana. we're in the process we are still issuing tornado warnings south and east of louisville area. significant damage obviously. loss of life in southern indiana, which we are very sad about. we're still trying to issue warnings from the national weather service to protect life and property across kentucky and the eastern side, cutting toward the lexington area. south of there right now. >> bret: just to be clear, for people listening in. warning means a tornado has been sighted or is on the ground somewhere. people need to act quickly. >> bret: absolutely. the prediction center put out a dangerous situation this morning. we had info
storm system moved into henryvil henryville, indiana. tornado ravaged members have to deal with snow. although the first baptist church was ravaged, neighbors dealt with debris to gather and we're ship. >> there's still a lot of chaos, a lot of loss. >> reporter: among the dead, the entire babcock family of peeken, indiana. mom, dad, two kids, 14-month-old ngel, foundndndndndndndndndndnd >>> making news in america this morning. more pain. >> a one/two punch. snow is now headed to the tornado zone. it is not getting any easier for the survivors in one storm-ravaged community and across that region, the death toll still rising. >>> tough talks from president obama about iran's nuclear threat. ahead of a critical white house meeting he said no actions are off the take. >>> the republican presidential candidates enter homestretch has candidates get ready for the super tuesday contest. will they be enough to finally thin the field. >>> and gas prices are still climbing. today, dozens of members of congress will say enough is enough. >>> and good monday morning, everyone. we start with the
to deal with when the two airlines officially became one. >>> and just ahead, arrival from indiana the sight of -- shall site of one of the deadliest tornadoes. we will take you there when "good morning maryland" continues on this monday march 5th. 3q i can't let allergies stop me from the leading the way. so, i get claritin clear. alright, let's move on team ! claritin works hard to relieve my worst symptoms. and only claritin is proven to keep me as alert and focused as someone without allergies. whoa ! watch your step ! i couldn't do this without you ! don't let allergies hold you back. live claritin clear with non-drowsy claritin. >>> tomorrow is super tuesday and voters may be getting phone calls from the very familiar voice. barbara bush roord robo call for mitt romney used in ohio and vermont. on the call she says shah tha she and her family have known the romneys for years and she believes that mitt is the best man to lead the country for the next four years. rick santorum says mitt romney has been unable to close the deal with voters. and that would spell trouble for repub
: overnight, a winter storm system moved into henryvil henryville, indiana. tornado ravaged members have to deal with snow. although the first baptist church was ravaged, neighbors dealt with debris to gather and we're ship. >> there's still a lot of chaos, a lot of loss. >> reporter: among the dead, the entire babcock family of peeken, indiana. mom, dad, two kids, 14-month-old angel, found in a field after the storm, taken off of life support yesterday. across the street from where the babcocks lived, genie llewellyn's home but she's thankful her family made it. this charlotte, north carolina family is thankful too, three of the children were sucked out of the house when the twister struck. all of the kids were hospitalized but none had serious injuries. the doctors gave the kids a special nickname. >> they looked at him and couldn't believe it. they called him a the miracle baby. >> reporter: in kentucky, a woman prayed that a twister would go away. >> take this away from my home! >> reporter: she lived, so many miracles, amid enormous destruction. >> those are storms we usually see in
sunday. susan candiotti, cnn, indiana. >> thank you very much. this has been a day of taking stock for victims of that deadly rash of tornados that hit 11 states. many lost everything. the extreme weather claimed at least 39 lives in kentucky, indiana, ohio, iand georgia. no corner of this small town was spared. homes annihilated and trees plucked out of the ground and there were scenes like this all over the midwest and south tonight. the number of people killed from the storm has risen to 21 in kentucky. despite damage, we are hearing stories of survival. here's tim in the hard hit town. >> reporter: on the out skirts of west liberty, kentucky, tornado survivors return home. >> this was your house? >> this was my house, yes. >> where is the house now? >> across the street in the parking lot. >> the rubble is across the street. that's your house? >> yes. >> she had only moments to make it into the basement and rode out the storm. >> can you believe you are safe and sound? >> it was all rather quickly. so quickly that i did not have a lot of time to think. you think back on it and
against the clock to find survivors still stuck in this rubble. we're live in indiana with the latest. >> dave: and mitt romney steals another victory taking the washington state caucuses. is this the momentum he needs just two days before super tuesday, clayton? >> thank you, dave. the next time you want to fly you may want to listen to your flight attendant and turn off your cell phone. how a passenger's blackberry causes chaos in the sky. are you paying attention? ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for waking up early with us, we know you want to know what happened through the midwest and the south. we begin with a fox news weather alert, the death toll from the twister outbreak is up to 38 people, and towns have been leveled and people's lives were destroyed in a blink of an eye. >> we looked through the back window in the basement and see the debris flying by and when it was done i, walked in the front porch and told the neighbor he'd lost his building. >> that man describing what he went through in piner, kentucky and we're hearing similar stories from all over the south an
people lost their lives in the recent rash of devastating tornados including an indiana toddler found live in a field saturday. nbc's jay gray reports. >> reporter: this morning across tornado alley battered communities are preparing for anything but a normal monday. the message seems a bit obvious like so much here. henryville high school has been torn apart. there are, though, other signs of survival. sunriselight brings the steady rhythm of crews pulling away and piling up what they can. others sifting through the rubble, finding anything they might be able to save, evidence of their lives before the storm. >> she's probably 70 and she lost everything except what we can pull out. >> reporter: more than three dozen families already know they won't find any help or help in this debris. they lost loved ones in this storm. one of those gone, 15-month-old angel babcock. after the storm first responders found the toddler fighting for her life in this field, her mom, dad, and two brothers already dead. yesterday angel passed away after being pulled from life support. her grandfather share
the electricity. susan mcginnis reports from hard-hit henryville, indiana. >> reporter: utility crews are working to get the lights back on in henryville. thousands are still without power in the areas hardest hit by this weekend's tornados. at henryville high school, they used heavy equipment to scoop up the debris. courtney cummings is a freshman. >> i want to be there. i want to be there, i want to be in my classes, i want to see my teachers, and i want to be with my friends. >> reporter: school has been canceled for at least the rest of the week. just like the work crews and residents, volunteers are working overtime, taking in loads of donations and handing them out. >> it's going to take a long time to rebuild, but this is great community, and there's a lot of hope here, and we're going to get through it. >> reporter: 15-month-old angel babcock is the storm's latest victim. rescuers found her alone in an indiana field, but she died two days later. her father, mother, and two siblings also died. the whole family was laid to rest monday in salem, indiana. >> it's just a nightmare. everybody's
. there are doomsday scenarios we have to report and it's playing out in places like this. henriville, indiana where deadly twisters tore up homes, literally to shreds. stripping businesses off their foundations, and ensuring some places will never look the same. i'm jamie colby, it's good to have you here. >> kelly: it is good to have you with us, i'm kelly wright. welcome to a brand new hour of america's headquarter. here is a look at the terror these people were facing. (siren sounding) >> that's the sound of sirens blaring a massive funnel cloud roaring through a town in alabama and what example of a string of tornados sent folks running for their lives. >> it was completely a mess. they come right down that holler and wiped out this house and everything else that come along. a pine tree limb come down slapped us in the eye and it was no good. >> every time we'd beating around our heads thank god we made it. >> i looked up aen talk to go my daughter across the street and i looked up and seen debris everywhere. >> what do you make of this all this. >> i don't know, i'm glad to be alive, that's a
, communities, wiped out. and on the ground new video of that ef4 twister barreling down on henryville, indiana leaving a wasteland in its wake. school buses tossed like footballs. >> we were just trying to do our best to get every kid, you know, home before the thing hit. >> reporter: with the tornado upon them, grown acted quickly to get three children, including his daughter, off the bus and in a church basement. >> i could hear stuff. and then i could also see like the stuff spinning in the air outside of the windows. >> reporter: in west liberty, kentucky a woman prayed fervently that the approaching menace would go away. >> take this up away from our home. >> it was coming up over the hill and it began forming and you could see the funnel. knocked the porch right off. i watched it go. >> reporter: her house was spared. so much of the town was not. in pekin, indiana little angel babcock's mom, dad, and two siblings died in the storm not far from the field where she was found. sadly, doctors later took her off life support. >> i reached for her hand and was holding her hand. and i don't kno
weather is endangering millions of people, indiana more than a dozen have been killed. a string of storms barreling down wiping out small towns leveling countless buildings damaged and torn apart. kentucky, reports of 19 killed. national guard and state police are out in full force searching the wreckage for those missing beneath the rubble and debris. ohio also digging out. three deaths record there. the storm crushing blocks of homes leveling everything in their past. we have extensive team coverage beginning with mike tobin. >> reporter: i'm standing next to a school bus that had dropped students to sheik shelter. you can see where it's located now. it is inside the bud rose restaurant. this was bought back by bud rose just one month and one day ago. they served the high school out here. we've seen bud rose and his family to clean this place up. they had the place open for a short period of time, looked across the street. saw the bus rolling in their direction. one of the things bud rose is glad to tell me, they got everyone down in the basement and no one was hurt inside the restauran
zone. >> it's hard to believe that harsh winter weather is hitting henryville, indiana after summer-like killer tornadoes tore through the area. abc's ginger zee is there. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. yesterday we flew over the tornadic annihilation. we've seen a lot of images like this on the ground. but to see it from above was something completely different. when you see all of the homes wiped from their foundation, you see the trees that have been snapped and plucked from that huge tornado, and really when you fly above it it gives you that width or that breadth that it covered, at times a half a mile, this ef 4 monster had winds of 175 miles per hour. and boy, could you see it from up there in that chopper. so we went over not only the town of pekan, where poor baby angel at this time we found was taken off life support. and that was that one family who now was altogether taken from that tornado. but in pekan the tornado then moves to henryville. from there to marysville, where one church stands alone. so many stories of lucky survival because
in indiana where the girl was found. susan, so sad to hear this news. you have gotten a chance and you have spoken exclusively to the man who found her as we were getting this sad information. >> reporter: it is, indeed, so sad, especially because this really is a case and a story that captured everyone's heart. i think everyone that had heard about this family and little angel had been pulling for her at least to be, as you said, a symbol of hope, of survival. but now it appears that her injuries were just too much for that little one to overcome, and the family made a very difficult decision quite clearly. but i'm standing here, don, in the debris field, the aftermath of that tornado where it all happened. this twister when it came in on friday hit a field behind me. you can see where mainly mobile homes were located and the babcock family lived there, a family of five. a husband, a father and mother, ages 20, 21, and their three children. and a neighbor by the name of jason miller had convinced them to come hofover from their smal trailer to his double wide to take shelter. they hunkered
tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana, mr. donnelly, for five minutes. mr. donnelly: thank you, madam speaker. today i rise to pay tribute to john oliver, an outstanding american citizen who has shown commitment and service to his hometown of plymouth, indiana, our state, and our country. a native of new castle in the united kingdom, 50 years ago this month john immigrated to the united states, on march 19, 1962, when he was only 19. in 1975 he officially became a suns citizen. -- a united states citizen. he is a dear friend not only to me but people around the country and world. he began his journey in the manufacturing industry as a laborer for a small research and development firm. he moved to plymouth, indiana, to work for that company, ultimately becoming its president in 1977. nine years later john purchased the company and renamed it u.s. granules. which today produces 50% of the world's granular ue lated aluminum. with his -- granulated aluminum. with his leadership it remains a leader in technology and in quality and they have
of survival are surfacing, including a two-year-old girl found alive in a field, miles from her indiana home. i'm shannon bream. we begin on the road in ohio. carl is bound for columbus. hello. >> reporter: hi, shannon. we are headed toward columbus on 91 north here, in the buckeye state, where all the candidates are absence, but all eyes are turned. mitt romney's campaigning in tennessee with rick santorum and newt gingrich is in virginia, doing the sunday morning talk shows, romney's victory in washington state has given him new momentum. there is a new poll out that suggests that the race has tighten and santorum's lead has disappeared and it's a virtual tie, only 2 points ahead of the margin of error of the poll and fully 70% of republicans in ohio believe that ultimately, mitt romney will be the nominee. it has prompted a debate, shadow boxing between santorrum and gingrich over which one should drop out, in order for the other to coalesce conservatives and provide an alternate testify mitt romney. they were duking it out on the sunday shows this morning on exactly that subject. listen.
of the hardest hit towns, henryville, indiana. terrell? >> grace, good morning. it is the unseasonably warm air, the warm wether that triggered those deadly tornadoes that caused damage and destruction just like this across southern indiana. would you believe three days later, there is snow on the ground here. couldn't be any worse for tornado victims. certainly bad timing. as thousands here still don't have power. people in henryville, indiana, are working together, distributing water. and sifting through donated supplies. food and clothing. as they start to rebuild their lives. >> we're a tight-knit place and we pull together when there is tragedy. >> two tornadoes hit henryville, friday. one of them packed winds in excess of 165 miles per hour. the cleanup is under way. but it is going to take time. and henryville, school officials are are trying to figure out how they will finish the rest of the year. the elementary, the middle and high school complex, was destroyed. >> and it is the weather that could complicate cleanup efforts. winter weather watches, advisories, and warnings, are up acro
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: two indiana towns were heavily damaged today as a powerful wave of violent weather moved from the gulf coast to the great lakes. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the newshour tonight, we get an update on the situation from meteorologist gregg carbin with the national weather service storm prediction center. >> brown: then, we get the latest on the syrian situation, and hear from wounded british photographer paul conroy, who was smuggled out earlier this week. >> suarez: and we also talk with turkey's ambassador to the united states about the international response to the humanitarian crisis on its doorstep. >> brown: plus, margaret warner reports from moscow on the upcoming elections as valdimir putin seeks to regain the presidency. >> suarez: and mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: bnsf railway. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technolo
and the violent storms demolishing small towns in indiana and cut off rural communities in kentucky and lives lost, devastating. at least 35 people killed in friday's storms and that doesn't include the 13 deaths from tornados earlier this week, and even with 48 now confirmed dead. many say that number could still go up. we've got fox news team coverage for you today. mike tobin in henriville, indiana, elizabeth is in harvestville, indiana and marine molina in the extreme weather center. mike in indiana, mike, what's the situation there? >> well, kelly, everywhere you look there's a remarkable story, a remarkable scene of destruction, take, for instance, this school bus, this was a school bus that was getting students home when you first got the report that bad weather was on its way. because of the bad weather, they couldn't get all of the students home, so they returned to the henriville high school. as soon as all the students got on the bus, got shelter inside of the high school, the tornado hit. and this bus was across the street. look at it now, it was tumbled across the road
are now on the ground in kentucky and indiana. fema has also dispatched teams to those states to begin damage assessment. but one state is holding off on asking for federal help. ohio governor john kasich says first the state wants to assess the damage for themselves before asking the obama administration for assistance. cnn's athena jones is in tornado-ravaged henryville, indiana. athena, i want to start with the ohio governor's decision not to ask federal authorities to come into the states to survey the damage. and why he did that. >> reporter: well, from what we understand, carol, there's not as much damage in ohio as there is here in indiana. as you can see behind me, just this bus through this home. so ohio authorities right now are assessing the damage themselves. they believe at the moment that they are going to be able to handle it. of course, that could change at any moment. so they are holding off. what we understand, they are holding off on asking for federal help until they know that they need it, until they know they can't handle it themselves. as you know, the president,
zee starts the coverage in indiana. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, everyone. covered in a french two inches of snow, the twisted shredded town of henryville is difficult to see this morning. but look at the scene around me. i am actually in someone's living room. wait till you see the pictures we're about to show you. you'll get a sense of how frightening it was to be in the cross hairs of this tornado. >> oh, no, get back! >> mom, do we need to jump in the car? >> jump in the car! >> run. run. >> come on, get out, get out, get out! [ siren ] >> oh, my god. >> reporter: nature's fury caught on tape. >> back up! >> reporter: the monster tornadoes, part of a violent line of twisters that demolished towns in five state, killing at least 38 people. >> unbelievable. >> reporter: more than 100 tornado reports since friday. at least 42 confirmed. this one packing winds as high as 175 miles per hour. this ef-4 tornado did this to the town of marysville, indiana. the destruction we see from the ground is mind-numbing from above. oh. schools and homes annihilated. this house is
following the story from the beginning and joins us live from henryville, indiana. good morning to you. >> hey, gretchen. yeah, it was such a big story around here and really kind of the story that everybody was holding on to for hope for baby angel babcock who was a 14-month-old lone survivor in her family. her parents, 2-year-old brother and infant sister were in the storm together, huddled together in the hallway of a trailer. she was the only survivor until yesterday, her extended family had to make the decision to pull her off of life support. and she died at 4:10 p.m. yesterday. the extended family members had been talking a little bit, take a listen to what one of them had to say. >> it's very hard to imagine that we lost all of them. >> we've been through a lot, everything. and as anyone can imagine. >> losing an entire family, the grandparents are alive and grieving. extended family members who were with angel over the last couple of days and certainly making a heartbreaking decision. that just one of the stories that starts to trickle out here and then now they're having to
. >> i'm ann curry. you're looking at a scene in henryville, indiana, where a blanket of snow now covers the damage from friday's deadly tornado over there. >> two inches fell overnight. it doesn't sound like a lot but it could weigh down damaged structures making the work for cleanup crews more dangerous. the tornado in henryville was the largest of as many as 79 twisters that hit the region on friday and saturday. meanwhile, the death toll rose on sunday when a 15-month-old girl who was found in a field after a tornado destroyed her home and killed her family was taken off life support. coming up, her neighbor who risked his life to try to save them all will speak out in a live interview. >> compelling story and a new wall street journal poll on the eve of super tuesday that could be good news for mitt romney. and then the tragic death of an 18-year-old girl killed in an accident moments after she texted from behind the wheel that driving and facebooking is not safe. her parents are turning the loss into a mission to save others. coming up, they will share their emotional story. >> als
and devastation along some of those areas and pile up about one to three inches of snow for parts of indiana, eastern kentucky. that is not good news. another part of the problem is the chilly temperatures. that temperatures are hovering around freezing southern indiana into eastern kentucky and some of the higher elevations of west virginia. we already have some of those rain snow hours in parts of ohio and virginia and eastern kentucky. but because the atmosphere is relatively dry, cold front aside from the tornadoes that dry air will be evaporating some of that moisture before it hits the ground. you get snow showers but not seeing a lot of activity on the ground. as we get our next impulse further off to the west, snow coming in minnesota as an iowa. this will dip into parts of indiana and kentucky and into tomorrow morning. as you see 3:00 a.m. monday, we'll have steady snowfall in parts of kentucky. that said, further off to the south, for the state of tennessee also alabama we're not expecting widespread precipitation or any accumulating snowfall so quiet conditions for them. otherwis
ycandiotti is standi in indiana where she's been following the developments and spoke exclusively to the man who found her. she's going to join us moments away. >>> in the meantime, this has been a day of taking stock for victims of that deadly rash of tornadoes that hit 11 states. many of them lost everything. the extreme weather now has claimed at least 39 lives in kentucky, indiana, ohio, and georgia. this is west liberty, kentucky. it seems that no corner of this small town was spared. homes annihilated. trees plucked out of the ground. there are scenes like this all over the midwest and south today. the death toll from friday's storms, it has risen to 21 in kentucky, but despite extensive damage, we're hearing remarkable stories of survival. jim spellman is in the town of west liberty. jim? >> reporter: on the outskirts of west liberty, kentucky, tornado survivors return home. >> this was your house. >> this was my house. yes. >> where's the house now? >> it's across the street in the parking lot. >> this pile of rubble is your house? >> yes. >> reporter: rose may only had moments to ma
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